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Family Group Conferencing with Children and Young People


Family Group Conferencing with Children and Young People

Advocacy Approaches, Variations and Impacts

von: Darrell Fox

118,99 €

Verlag: Palgrave Macmillan
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 13.01.2018
ISBN/EAN: 9783319714929
Sprache: englisch

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Family Group Conferences are seen as a progressive and influential form of practice in child welfare across the globe. This book examines and identifies variations in independent advocacy provision offered to young people and their families in relation to undertaking a FGC, and discusses how these can impact the outcomes both positively and negatively for young people involved. Using critical discourse analysis and an original theoretical framework, the outcomes of advocacy provision are examined from participants’ perspectives prior to, during, and after the FGC process has been completed. The analysis develops themes that are discussed comprehensively and recommendations are made for the enhancement of advocacy provision generally, and, for young people involved in FGC specifically.   
Chapter 1. Introduction Chapter 2. Family Group Conferences: Models and Processes Chapter 3. AdvocacyChapter 4. Literature Review: Current and Developing ResearchChapter 5. Children's RightsChapter 6. Theory: Eco Systems, Resiliency and Social PedagogyChapter 7. Theories of Power: Family Group Conferences and Advocacy Approaches Chapter 8. Findings Pre-Conference: Demographics, Preparation and Referral and Gatekeeping Chapter 9. Findings Pre-Conference: Evolution of FGC: Division of Roles, Engagement and ParticipationChapter 10. Findings Pre-Conference: QuestionsChapter 11. Findings the Conference: Timeframes, Attendance and Focus, Family Time, the Plan, Follow UpChapter 12. Conclusion: Summary, Areas for Future Research and Implications for Social Work Practice.?
Darrell Fox is Assistant Professor in Social Work at the University of the Fraser Valley, BC, Canada.
Family Group Conferences are seen as a progressive and influential form of practice in child welfare across the globe. This book examines and identifies variations in independent advocacy provision offered to young people and their families in relation to undertaking a FGC, and discusses how these can impact the outcomes both positively and negatively for young people involved. Using critical discourse analysis and an original theoretical framework, the outcomes of advocacy provision are examined from participants’ perspectives prior to, during, and after the FGC process has been completed. The analysis develops themes that are discussed comprehensively and recommendations are made for the enhancement of advocacy provision generally, and, for young people involved in FGC specifically. 
Provides a critical analysis of the outcomes and impacts of advocacy provision before, during and after the Family Group Conference Uses critical discourse analysis and an original theoretical framework Offers recommendations for the enhancement of advocacy provision and for young people involved in FGC 

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